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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY             329

PESTALOZZI, H.: How Gertrude Teaches her Children, translated by L. E.
Holland and F. C. Turner, London, 1894 ; Leonard and Gertrude, trans-
lated by Eva Charming, Cambridge, Mass., 1885 ; Pestalozzi's Educational
Writings, translated by J. A. Green, London, 1912.

L. F. Anderson, Pestalozzi, New York, 1931 ; G. Compayre", Pestalozsti
and Elementary Education, London, 1907 ; R. de Guimps, Pestalozzi, His
Life and Work, English translation, London, 1890 ; J. A. Green, Life and
Work of Pestalozzi, London, 1913 ; H. Holman, Pestalozzi, His Life and
Works, London, 1908 ; P. Natorp, Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, Langen-
salza, 1905 ; A. Pinloche, Pestalozzi and the Foundation of the Modern
Elementary School, London, 1902 ; E. v. Salhvurk, Pestalozzi, Leipzig,
1897.

ROUSSEAU, J. J.: Emle, translated by B. Foxley (Everyman Library), London;
The Minor Educational Writings of Rousseau, translated by W. Boyd,
London, 1911 ; Rousseau on Education, translated by R. L. Archer,
London, 1912.

W. Boyd, The Educational Theory of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, London,
1912; G. Compayre*, Rousseau and Education from Nature, London,
1908 ; T. Davidson, Rousseau and Education according to Nature, London,
1898 ; C. W. Kendel, Jean-Jacques Rousseau : Moralist, Oxford, 1934;
E. v. Sallwiirk, Rousseau's EmU, fourth edition, Langensalza, 1907;
E. H. Wright, The Meaning of Rousseau, Oxford,

See also General Bibliography, V.